I liked staying here because the location is so convenient. It is very close to town and the Safeway and a few restaurants are right across the street. The park is very busy with kids playing during the day, which was nice. The full hook-up sites are extremely close to each other, but are nice and grassy. There is also the option of just electric over in the parking lot for $15 or you can boondock for free. There were some folks over in the park last night yelling at each other, but that only lasted about 10 minutes. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The fairgrounds operates this small RV park, which offers full hookups, with 30 amp service. It has level side by side concrete pads surrounded by a tiny patch of grass. It is next to Lions Club Park, which gets heavy day usage. As the camping spots are between the parking lot and city park there will be lots of walking traffic, balls bouncing, moms yelling "don't hit the trailer etc. With a playground, field, and lots of kids around it would be a good camping spot for a family. There is a Safeway supermarket across the street from the campground and a dump station on the property. Restrooms are portal-potties. Between the park, and closeness of sites there is not much privacy for campers. The park seems to be a late night party spot for teenagers. On the first two nights I was here there was lots of shouting and yelling from the teens between midnight and 2am and vehicles driving through the fairgrounds property. I can now appreciate. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.